At the Dwarf Gallery, Rósa Sigrún presents two videoworks. The works derive from her day job of taking care of elderly people, as well as her regular jogging sessions through the Fossvogur Cemetary in Reykjavík.
In these videos, Rósa Sigrún asks questions such as how to treat death in our daily lives: with aging, death comes closer, but is distant as well. What roles does it play in the living moment, which we all strive to experience?
Rósa graduated from The Iceland Academy of the Arts in 2001 and has since held ten solo exhibitions and participated in various art projects, including serving as the former chairman of The Reykjavík Association of Sculptors.